Home of the Day: a New England Colonial in Pasadena

Home of the Day: a New England Colonial in Pasadena
The New England Colonial-style home sits on nearly half an acre in Pasadena with a pool and entertainer's patio. (Sotheby's International Realty)

Originally built in 1949, this Pasadena residence was reimagined as a New England Colonial by architect Christopher Ward in 2013. Standing on half an acre in the Langham Hotel area, the stately home is characterized by bright, light-filled rooms, handsome wood paneling and built-ins. Large French doors in the formal living areas open onto landscaped grounds with a pool and entertainer’s patio.

Location: 905 Hillcrest Place, Pasadena, 91106

Asking price: $7.78 million

Year built: 1949

Architects: Christopher Ward

House size: 5,390 square feet, five bedrooms, five bathrooms

Lot size: 0.49 acres

Features: Detailed molding, French doors, paneled ceilings, hardwood flooring, built-ins, library, loggia, formal living room, dining room, updated kitchen, two master suites, pool, pool house, outdoor entertainment center, outdoor kitchen

About the area: There are 99 homes for sale in the 91106 ZIP Code at an average price of $527 per square foot, according to The average sale price in that area over the last 60 days is about $904,000.

Agent: Maureen Hollingsworth, 626-396-3904, Sotheby’s International Realty

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